By Daniel P. Collins
Jamie Thorsen turned an entry-level banking job into a 30-plus-year career in forex. We talk with her about those early days and ask what she sees as the direction for the U.S. dollar and the euro.
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April editor's note from Ginger Szala
By Abe Cofnas
Where will the markets go?
By Steven K. Beckner
The recovery remains subpar but
Top CTAs for January 2012
Public Funds through February 2012
Hedge Fund performance for January 2012
By M. Burkhardt
How can you save time and money in hedging your equity portfolio?
Hamer Trading appears to be a basic, solid, diversified, long-term trend-following CTA. That is until you see its 2011 performance. Hamer earned 24.97% in a year that saw most CTAs struggle.
MF Global Holdings (MFGH) Trustee Louis Freeh agreed in essence to a partial waiver of client/attorney privilege regarding certain documents related to the holding company’s bankruptcy.
A visual representation of Eurozone countries' debt-to-GDP ratios.
By Billy Williams
A simple price pattern, the Juggernaut Surge, is a strong indicator that a stock may offer big profits while maintaining a large safety margin.
By Paul D. Cretien
Using forex options to exploit Europe’s economic turmoil and the tenuous relationship between currencies.
By Ron Jaenisch
Adding parallel reaction lines and using timing methods make this technical tool even more useful.
By Joseph Stuber
While money management is important to any program, properly funding that program to begin with can be even more vital.
By Robert Hartnett
Carried interest is again in play this year and new rules could affect a manager’s tax burden.
By Phil Burgert
Currency market outlooks are shifting as countries take on austerity programs amid rising energy prices. Meanwhile, central banks try to keep an even keel.
By Michael Boutros
The Japanese yen recently has awakened from its seven-month slumber below the 80-handle after making fresh post-World-War-II lows.
By Murray A. Ruggiero Jr.
Dynamic portfolio selection can help you grow your account by finding the best trades within a larger basket of markets.
By Steve Zwick
Traders' View of the World: High-frequency trading has created a push-back to markets focused on efficiency. World leaders are looking to create resilient markets, and the two don’t always go together.
By Michael Gutmann
Addressing Time-to-Market for the Professional Algorithmic Trader
By Leslie N. Masonson
Review of "The Universal Principles of Successful Trading" by Brent Penfold
By Patrick Kelly
Review of "Currency Trading for Dummies: Second Edition" by Brian Dolan
By Michael J. McFarlin
Like any tradable product, exotic currencies offer opportunity. As often is the case, though, special care needs to be taken to ensure that golden opportunity doesn’t turn into a fool’s dream.
Major commodities experiencing big selling
How far can this break out higher in gold take us?
Euro/yen looks for support
ICE Clear seeking relief for non-clearing members
A silver lining in precious metals?
How low can corn go?
Playing the range with binaries